get to know us

We are a team of believers who believe in the Holy Trinity and live by the teachings of the Holy Bible. We believe in personal integrity which is displayed by showing respect and love to one another when no one but God is watching. We believe that respect should be given with dignity while walking in Christ’s love. Our mission is to bring hope to those who are lost and forgotten by having Christ-centered mentoring relationships between youth and young adults in tough life-situations and volunteers of Lost and Found Ministries. Our goal is to inspire breakthroughs from the way life treats abandoned children and achieve immediate, lasting change in their lives. We will include a non-profit house of refuge for men that were in prison and forgotten by society. The goal is to restore men to their rightful position in society by giving them a place to stay. Mentors will help build a strong relationship between them and God. Emphasizing the

importance of dignity and honor, while restoring broken relationships with families and friends.

 

We desire to partner with our community and Christian organizations globally to spiritually free people from the effects of imprisonment and poverty. Those partnerships with organizations will be used to restore the old waste places of our local community to be used as places where youth will be mentored and taught life-skills. We believe that transformed lives impacts the community in a positive way. We are currently in the process of implementing a program to obtain four main goals; help students to be promoted to the next grade level or graduate, stay out of the juvenile justice system, improve their mindset toward precarious behaviors, and increase their educational capability. 

The house of refuge will provide an atmosphere for holistic healing that will empower men with God given purpose. We desire to give hope to the hopeless, building dreams in a place of despair.

 

Lost and Found Ministries stays very active in our local and surrounding communities by volunteering with other organizations, donating funds for specific needs, and hosting community outreaches. 

our leaders:
Doc Amey

Husband, father, ordained minister, author, and motivational speaker Edward Demond Amey known publicly as Doc “Disciple of Christ” has dedicated his life to teaching and sharing his life’s journey, pitfalls and mistakes made with the hope that he can empower today’s youth to embrace change and do more for themselves.  He is currently a motivational speaker for TCISD, civic groups, at risk students, Rotary clubs, youth groups, high schools and most recently Man-Up Youth Conference at College of the Mainland.

Doc holds a Biblical Studies degree and considers it a privilege to serve believers no matter their background by helping them to know the truths of Scripture and encouraging them to experience these truths practically by the power of the Holy Spirit.   

 

Part of Doc's vision for Lost and Found Ministries is to establish centers for after school programs for the under privilege and at risk kids. Doc has had the privilege of speaking to over 3,000 youth through school assemblies.  Recreational basketball, one of Doc’s passions is another way he reach many of Galveston County’s youth has provided countless opportunities to speak and share with small and large groups.

Terry Melancon

Terry and Jacqueline have been married for 14 years and have 6 grandchildren. Terry retired from the Army with 22 years and Jacqueline served 10 years in the Air Force.

 

Both graduated from Fellowship Bible College in 2013. Terry and Jacqueline have ministered in county, state and federal prisons for many years Terry 25 and Jacqueline 13 years. They are volunteer chaplains at Harris County Youth

Detention Center, Galveston County Sheriff’s Department and Dayton Prisons.

 

They have been members of the Fellowship Church for 12 years and Prison Ministry Directors for 10. Terry has mentored several young men within the Fellowship that were in jail and prison. Jacqueline is a mentor for women through Portal Houston. Terry and Jacqueline work as a team to “Develop victorious and successful servants through the application of Biblical principles to reach one soul at a time.”

Shelle Amey

Wife, take-charge business-woman, and mother who seamlessly balances family, ministry, and career. She currently serves as the Executive Director of Lost and Found Ministries alongside her husband. Her passion is to inspire believers to reach their maximum potential in Christ. Her favorite scripture which she believes whole heartedly is Jeremiah 29:11 “I know the plans that I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Shelle’s hope is to help others to believe and apply this truth to their lives. 

 

Shelle holds a Biblical Studies degree and considers it a privilege to serve believers no matter their background by helping them to know the truths of Scripture and encouraging them to experience these truths practically by the power of the Holy Spirit. 

 

Through life experience, Shelle believes in resilience and part of her give-back to young girls and women is to teach them that resilience is a skill that can be learned. In one of her current assignments, WiseWalk: Christ Focus Group she teaches them that they must develop this skill in order to have a successful and happy life. It is her dream that through this group, young girls and women will become unstuck and unstoppable. 

Lost and
found
ministries

(409) 939-6588

lostandfoundministry2016@gmail.com

P.O. Box 1620

Texas city, Texas 77592

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